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. >> please welcome sean carroll. chors plaus how's it going, nice to see you, dr. carroll. >> mr. doctor doctor. >> you can call me sean. >> stephen: thank you, dr. sean, thanks for coming back, a tv psychiatrist, dr. sean, theoretical physicist who theoretically helped you. okay, now you're back again to talk about one of the great mysteries of modern theoretical physics. and that is the particle at the end of the universe, how the hunt for the his bosan leads to us the edge of a new world. okay, you are, this is the second time you've been on to talk about this i think you're like the fourth or fifth guy who had to come on and explain to me what the hell is happening at the large hedron collider over there in switzerland, right. >> and not america, okay. not america. >> we had our chance. >> we did. >> it makes it hard to trust if it doesn't happen in the united states, doesn't it, science is everywhere. >> the same science,. >> really? >> in geneva as in new york city. >> but during the cold war when we were fighting the soviets our german scientists were better than their. >> differe
so you're a whole new you. where is everybody? that's not your dad. go pro with dr. scholl's. >> sean: there is much anticipation about a period of re-evaluation for the g.o.p., with rising stars like florida senator marco rubio, encouraging the party to recognize the count re's demographic changes. the focus may start shifting over the next four years. here with advice for republicans going forward, a man who knows the party inside and out, former presidential candidate himself, patrick buchanan. and fox political analyst, i believe i owe him and beckel and a burch of people dinner. though i didn't bet -- not at all. i don't want to get in trouble -- >> hey, wait a minute! >> sean: i bet -- i pay my bets off. congratulations. patrick -- >> i can tell you, you are a gracious man. [chuckles] >> sean: listen, i am glad to you. patrick j. buchanan. you have talked for years and have been excoriate audio excoriated -- beaten up about america's changing demographics. pat buchanan, is this what you were trying talk about in your books, one after another that have gotten a lot of people fire
allen. that's true. sean connery wowed audiences hin the aforementioned dr. no. >> james bond, 007, licensed to kill whom he pleases, where he he pleases, when he pleases. >> bill: excellent. now connery was not the first choice for the role. which actor turned down the part of 007? the answer is d, carrie grant. that is correct. >> i didn't know that. >> bill: now you do. >> i do. that's what i love about this. cary grant. he would have been, good. >> b away. license to kill, doocy off the planet. here is question number three british author aaron fleming. he wrote the first one in 1953. what popular children's book did ian fleming also write. chitty chitty bang bang, near, far, in a motor car ♪ what a happy time we will spend ♪ chitty chitty bang bang. >> bill: that's the most annoying film of all time. >> bill: you both got it right, chitty chitty bang bang fleming wrote. a tie with two questions to go. action and suspense around the only things that draw 007 fans to the theaters. some go to see the beautiful question five, let's try to break the tie. james bon are known for
of the very first james bond film released in 1962? >> bill: cards up, please, the answer is d, dr. no. maccallum bursts out. so she may may be, doocy, the bond. >> we will find out. >> bill: okay. >> bonded for your protection. >> bill: there was casino royal starring woody allen. that's true. sean connery wowed audiences hin the aforementioned dr. no. >> james bond, 007, licensed to kill whom he pleases, where he he pleases, when he pleases. >> bill: excellent. now connery was not the first choice for the role. which actor turned down the part of 007? the answer is d, carrie grant. that is correct. >> i didn't know that. >> bill: now you do. >> i do. that's what i love about this. cary grant. he would have been, good. >> b away. license to kill, doocy off the planet. here is question number three british author aaron fleming. he wrote the first one in 1953. what popular children's book did ian fleming also write. chitty chitty bang bang, near, far, in a motor car ♪ what a happy time we will spend ♪ chitty chitty bang bang. >> bill: that's the most annoying film of all time. >> bi
first james bond film released in 1962? >> bill: cards up, please, the answer is d, dr. no. maccallum bursts out. so she may may be, doocy, the bond. >> we will find out. >> bill: okay. >> bonded for your protection. >> bill: there was casino royal starring woody allen. that's true. sean connery wowed audiences hin the aforementioned dr. no. >> james bond, 007, licensed to kill whom he pleases, where he he pleases, when he pleases. >> bill: excellent. now connery was not the first choice for the role. which actor turned down the part of 007? the answer is d, carrie grant. that is correct. >> i didn't know that. >> bill: now you do. >> i do. that's what i love about this. cary grant. he would have been, good. >> b away. license to kill, doocy off the planet. here is question number three british author aaron fleming. he wrote the first one in 1953. what popular children's book did ian fleming also write. chitty chitty bang bang, near, far, in a motor car ♪ what a happy time we will spend ♪ chitty chitty bang bang. >> bill: that's the most annoying film of all time. >> bill: you bot
mucho ejercicio. las empresas de bebidas energticas niegan que sus productos sean daÑinos. pero eso no es lo que ha visto el doctor juan posada. s.o.t. dr juan posada/médico familiar 10:42:19 la verdad es que yo veo mucho paciente que toman estas bebidas y vienen con y vienen con problemas médicos. s.o.t. 10:54:16 vienen aqui con palpitaciones, vienen con problemas neurológicos, con ansiedad, pero principalmente con aritmias, problemas del corazón. la administracin de alimentos y medicinas dice que no tienen suficiente evidencia para justificar un cambio en como regula la cafeina, u otros ingredientes en bebidas energticas. el doctor posada que advierte las consecuencia s son serias. s.o.t. 11:37:27 al subir la presión, pueden haber problemas neurológicos, puede haber un infarto, puede haber un derrame cerebral. cesar ---el senador republicano por la florida marco rubio declaro que el debate sobre una reforma migratoria integral anunciado para el aÑo proximo tardara mucho tiempo... take vo ---rubio se mostro dispuesto, en cambio, a resolver inmediatament e la situacion de inm
de bebidas energticas niegan que sus productos sean daÑinos. pero eso no es lo que ha visto el doctor juan posada. s.o.t. dr juan posada/médico familiar 10:42:19 la verdad es que yo veo mucho paciente que toman estas bebidas y vienen con y vienen con problemas médicos. s.o.t. 10:54:16 vienen aqui con palpitaciones, vienen con problemas neurológicos, con ansiedad, pero principalmente con aritmias, problemas del corazón. la administracin de alimentos y medicinas dice que no tienen suficiente evidencia para justificar un cambio en como regula la cafeina, u otros ingredientes en bebidas energticas. el doctor posada que advierte las consecuencia s son serias. s.o.t. 11:37:27 al subir la presión, pueden haber problemas neurológicos, puede haber un infarto, puede haber un derrame cerebral. cu - peluffo outro en un comunicado escrito, living essentials, la empresa que produce '5- hour energy' dijo que su producto es seguro si se siguen las indicaciones. ste es mi informe, regreso con ustedes. blanca ---tiempo de la primera pausa en noticiero telemundo 48, pero mas adelante... take vo bl
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